Na Shan

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In randomized trials with follow-up, outcomes may be undefined for individuals who die before the follow-up is complete. In such settings, Frangakis and Rubin [2002] proposed the “principal stratum effect” or “Survivor Average Causal Effect” (SACE), which is a fair treatment comparison in the subpopulation that would have survived(More)
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